Plus Two Science results declared in Odisha with 76.98% pass percentage

KalingaTV News Network

Bhubaneswar:  The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) on Saturday declared the Plus Two Science results with 76.98% pass percentage. Last year the pass percentage recorded was 81.11%.

School & Mass Education Minister Badri Narayan Patra announced the results at 11 AM in the CHSE office in the presence of School & Mass Education secretary Pradipta Kumar Mohapatra and board officials.

Total 73,211 students out of 95,096 students, who had appeared the science examination, have passed this year. As many as 42,886 boys and 30,325 girls have passed the +2 examination this year.

As many as 19,561 students got first class and 24,164 students got second division while 28,968 students secured third division.

Nayagarh district recorded the highest pass percentage of 92.23 % while with 43.43 % Gajapati recorded the lowest pass percentage.

While 41 students (28 boys and 13 girls) have cleared the exam with 90% and above marks, None of the colleges record zero pass percentage this year.

Students can log into CHSE’s official website chseodisha.nic.in and orissaresults.nic.in to know their results.

Pradipta Mohapatra informed that students willing for rechecking of their answer copy can apply by June 4.

The date for the instant exam will be declared post the publication of result of other streams, he added.

On the other hand, the results of other streams (Arts, Commerce and Vocational Education streams) will be declared by the end of this month.

The CHSE had conducted the Plus Two practical and theory exams from January 25 to February 5 and March 6 to March 29 and respectively.

As many as 3,65 ,000 students from 1,504 colleges in Science, Arts, Commerce and Vocational education streams had appeared the annual exams in 1,106 centres across the state this year.

The board had roped in more than 16,000 teachers to conduct both digital and manual evaluation of the answer papers which had started from April 5 and concluded on April 26.

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